Haz-Safe Buildings’ proven approach to custom engineered pre-manufactured rooms, enclosures and buildings provides superior acoustic and vibration controlled performance as well as practical operation aesthetic considerations. Basic sound control requires the following elements, some or all of which Haz-Safe can provide:
a. Walls and ceiling designed to contain sound within the building, including decoupling of interior elements to reduce exterior surface radiated noise via Haz-Safe resilient channel construction techniques.
b. Vibration isolation to prevent structural noise transmission.
c. Ventilation with noise reduction silencers.
d. Sound control doors and windows with utmost wall acoustic capabilities.
e. Penetrations which do not constitute acoustical leaks.
f. Inside sound absorption to assure reduced build-up of reverberant sound within room(s) and support equipment spaces through perforated metal panels with acoustically absorptive fiber fill.
g. Roof parapet wall designed to be on three more sensitive sides and be slightly higher then the loudest noise sources (ventilation, pipe and exhaust terminations, A/C units, etc.). The open, less sensitive, side of the roof provides a fume dilation draft. Below are the Haz-Safe Buildings’ details on just wall construction for a) reducing sound transmission through the structure, and b) inside sound absorption: